Vic govt downplays reports of police bullying but says no criminal investigation
Victims claim police repeatedly threatened them with violence as children and were never punished
Victoria Police have dismisse더나인 카지노d two women who alleged they were subjected to violent police bullying by officers in 2011.
Vi김천출장샵ctoria’s Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) said an investigation was under way into the matter but added: ‘There is no current criminal investigation.’
A statement from the IPCA said that because they had spoken to the women the allegations were not considered criminal.
Victoria Police have dismissed two women who claimed they were subjected to violent police bullying by officers in 2011
Police have always been clear that ‘a police officer’s actions are not considered to be criminal’. It is understood that there was never an investigation into the cases.
An online report about the incidents, posted by a woman who attended a police training course at the time, said: ‘I was subjected to 영주출장마사지numerous acts of violence towards by officers with my own police ID badge and uniform badge as well as an older male police officer. I was told over several years this would happen if I were to walk away from it.’
In another case she said: ‘I was physically assaulted at a bus stop and taken away by the police.’
Victoria’s independent police conduct authority, IPCA, has since said the alleged incidents are ‘not yet closed criminal investigations and have no prospect of being’.
Victims who spoke to The Daily Telegraph said officers would force their way into their homes, intimidate them and tell them to move out of the way.
As part of the training course, officers were urged to ‘play nice’ with people on the street and said the best way to get a person to leave was to hit them, they told victims.
The Daily Telegraph understands that officers are believed to have visited schools before the training was delivered.
Victims are believed to have attended a police training course at the time (pictured)
Victoria Police officers have always been clear that ‘a police officer’s actions are not considered to be criminal’
The training said: ‘We would have a more positive impact in a more respectful and constructive manner, through our direct communications with community members.’
The trainees were instructed to take advantage of the ‘new skills available and the right and right-sized group’, to provide ‘the services a certain number of us were required to.
In one case, an officer allegedly pushed a woman down the stairs.
The woman, who ha